User talk:Guy vandegrift
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Bell's theorem paradox draft
- I will work on that. I have been editing for a little over 2 years, and almost always on Wikiversity where the rules are looser. On Wikiversity I could write my own learning materials, and have written over 700 exam questions. Along the way I picked up a lot of habits that are bad from a Wikipedia point of view.
- I have great respect for Wikipedia, which is why I chose to confine my unorthodox writing style to Wikiversity. In fact, the only reason I am on Wikipedia on this article is to attempt to get the v:Wikiversity:Education_extension extension installed on Wikiversity. I am a strong believe in separating the way Wikiversity works and the way Wikipedia works, and believe the best way I can serve Wikipedia is to make Wikiversity a quality place for alternative writing styles. See also v:OpenStax College.
- I will try hard to create the habit of hitting show preview.--Guy vandegrift (talk) 13:07, 8 December 2015 (UTC)
- Part of the problem is that I an writing this as a classroom project for 4 or 5 students in Wikipedia:Wiki_Ed/Wright_State_University/Introduction_to_Astronomy_(Spring_2016). This is why I wanted a temporary header section for the lede, and why I added a conclusion section. Though Wikipedia articles don't conclude by summarizing the entire article, students might want to add more information.
- BTW, the dashboard says that there will be 25 students in the class. I have decided to greatly restrict the number of students working on Draft:Bell's theorem paradox by giving students the option of doing much easier projects on Wikiversity, where I will construct my own primitive version of WikiEd. I am developing this on v:Wright State University Lake Campus/Mock Course 1010. I originally asked WikiEd to install the extension onto Wikiversity, but they declined, and for good reason: They are swamped with managing Wikipedia projects and don't need me pestering them to build a Wikiversity extension that I can construct myself.
- Having said all that, I can tell that you are a competent person and your involvement in Draft:Bell's theorem paradox is extremely WELCOME. You can help me train the best students in my Astronomy class how to become editors (even if I am too old to learn new tricks)--Guy vandegrift (talk) 14:41, 8 December 2015 (UTC)
About my subpages
A month ago I was planning to move all my sandbox content articles from Wikipedia to Wikiversity. All that changed when I created Wikiversity:First Journal of Science. Please talk to me before deleting anything, and please let me know ASAP if I am violating policy.--Guy vandegrift (talk) 00:55, 15 January 2016 (UTC)